Sports

Peninsula Panthers finally solve the Kerry Park Islanders

Panthers score first win over Islanders in 13 games over two seasons

Young Saanich Peninsula hockey players hope to score big for kids in need

Peninsula Eagles Atoms taking pledges per goal scored this season

Running back propels Spectrum Thunder into first Subway Bowl final

Brandon Robbins scores hat trick of touchdowns

Stampeders return to Grey Cup with 32-28 win over Edmonton Eskimos

The Stampeders will face the Toronto Argonauts next Sunday in Ottawa for the title

Start on time: Canucks looking to shake first-period struggles

Canucks centre Bo Horvat said the formula for getting a leg up is there for everyone to see

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    All-female boxing camp empowering young women in Sooke
      Beacon Hill Little League all stars beat Trail
        Beacon Hill Little League walk-off win

          Oak Bay snags Colonist Cup in 1-0 battle

          Oak Bay, Reynolds senior boys soccer teams head for provincials Nov. 22

          Victoria Spartans junior bantams crowned Island champs

          Esquimalt-based team knocked provincial champs out of the top spot for first time in league history

          Mt. Washington offering freestyle programs

          Programs include competitive, development and beginner levels

          • Nov 18th, 2017

          Royal Roads prof named to Rowing Canada’s Hall of Fame

          Former Olympic rower still putting oars in the water

          • Nov 18th, 2017

          Junior Spartans win second-straight Island volleyball title

          Spartans seniors fall to Oak Bay in Island final

          Jock Talk: Oak Bay High volleyball teams set for Islands

          Colin Gall writes Fridays about local sports events.

          • Nov 16th, 2017

          Braves blank Bucs to celebrate 50th anniversary

          Saanich hosts Victoria Cougars Friday night

          Team B.C. wins second straight bronze at nationals

          B.C. defeats Saskatchewan 2-1 in overtime.

          • Nov 13th, 2017

          Longtime Shamrocks trainer inducted into Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame this weekend

          Jim “Downtown” Cain was with the organization from 1978-2015

          Chill remains in Canada-US soccer rivalry

          Despite a thaw, feelings remain intense

          Young Island hockey fan gets to hang with her hockey hero

          Mackinkley Whalen, 11, wrote a ‘get well soon’ card to Ryan Kesler and got a heck of a surprise

          Halladay among first to fly model of plane he died in

          Former Blue Jays and Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has been the owner for less than a month of his ICON A5